This book is for women—for all women who want to explore beneath the superficial and get to know God, and themselves, better.

While striving to find meaning amid the mundane and ordinary, many women find themselves swallowed up by culture’s expectations, trying to escape the labels that trap and define them. But Aimee Byrd is determined to reclaim terms like housewife, which have divided many women, to unite them instead in their common calling.

What is this calling, and how can women rise above what the world offers? By taking back another term—theologian—and knowing God intimately. Aimee will help you evaluate your Christian life and see your world from a different perspective. Great for journaling and for group discussion.

What are people saying about Aimee's book?

“Aimee Byrd has created a resource that will benefit women tremendously. . . [and] will certainly facilitate some fantastic discussions in your small groups.”

– Gloria Furman, author of Glimpses of Grace: Treasuring the Gospel in Your Home

“With wisdom, warmth, and wit, Aimee challenges women to think biblically about all of life. She connects sound doctrine to daily life in a way that inspires us to intentionally live out the gospel.”

– Susan Hunt, Author and Women’s Ministry Consultant, Christian Education and Publications, Presbyterian Church in America

“Aimee Byrd turns the word housewife on its head, bringing it back to life.”

– Trillia Newbell, author, writer, Editor of Karis, the Women’s Channel at The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood

Sample ChapterTable of Contents | Check out Housewife Theologian on P&R’s site

Aimee Byrd is just an ordinary mom of three living in Martinsburg, West Virginia. Aside from that amazing gig, Aimee has made a fool of herself in martial arts training, survived college, dabbled in ceramics, owned a coffee shop, braved leading the youth group with her husband, become a Bible study teacher and blogger, and done a little speaking on the side. Since her children’s schedules have majorly cut into her social life, she has resorted to writing.

Interested in Aimee’s blog?  Check it out here!